'There is no Andriivka left per se, but as a place, as a square, it is an important square,' says the spokesman of Ukraine's Third Assault Brigade
By Tom Balmforth and Anna Pruchnicka KYIV (Reuters) -Ukraine said on Friday it had recaptured the devastated eastern village of Andriivka, setting the stage for further advances on the southern flank of Bakhmut, the city that fell into Russian hands in May after months of heavy fighting. Kyiv’s troops were securing their foothold in the area, while Russian forces suffered significant casualties and lost equipment, the Ukrainian General Staff said in a morning report. There was no immediate...
Russia has redeployed troops to the main axis of the war in Zaporizhzhia at the expense of its defenses around Bakhmut, UK intelligence said.
Ukraine struck a fuel depot in a likely drone attack near the airport of Russia’s Black Sea resort city of Sochi.
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Kyiv's troops were securing their foothold in the area, while Russian forces suffered significant casualties and lost equipment, the Ukrainian General Staff said.
The intelligence source told Reuters the attack had inflicted "serious damage" on equipment at the base. Russia has not commented on the reports.
A Ukrainian official tells the BBC the air defence system was destroyed in a cruise missile attack.
Kyiv confirmed it was behind Wednesday’s attack on the port of Sevastopol, in a rare admission.
The attack highlighted Kyiv's growing missile capabilities as Russia continues to bombard Ukraine from afar with long-range missiles and assault drones.
Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki announced Wednesday his country would no longer send weapons to Ukraine, saying Poland is planning to modernize its weaponry.
Belgorod, roughly 40km from the Ukrainian border, has witnessed a wave of attacks in recent months